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init.js:89 Error: JSON does not allow non-finite numbers.(…)

Question asked by rhyck.m on Aug 3, 2016
Latest reply on Aug 4, 2016 by kenbuja

Just came accross this error and I am quite confused. All I am doing is using the FindTask to find features. This works fine with some values but don't with some other values even though those values exist. instead, it throws me the above error. here is the code:


   var initAssetSearch = function () {
        query(".txt-asset-finder").connect("onkeydown", function (evt) {
            switch (evt.keyCode) {
                case dojo.keys.ENTER:
                    var searchKey = $(".txt-asset-finder").val().trim();
                    console.log("is value infinite: ", isFinite(searchKey));
                    if (searchKey.length > 3) {
                        // [0] Perform the search
                        var assetLayer = new appLayers();
                        var findAssetParams = {
                            dynamicLayerURL: assetLayer.PACKAGE_LAYERS.UTILITY,
                            layersIdsArray: [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27],
                            searchFieldsArray: ["MAPREF", "Mapref", "MAINID", "Node_ID", "NODE_ID", "Map_Ref", "Main_ID"],
                            searchText: searchKey
                            findAssetParams.layersIdsArray, findAssetParams.searchFieldsArray,
                            findAssetParams.searchText, true), assetSearchResult_CallBack);
                        alert("please enter more than 3 characters");
                case dojo.keys.BACKSPACE:


the confusion is that this works with some values. example when I search for "A41483", I'll get the result but for "1E1105", I get the above error. I know for sure this value exists.